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RANGE
PRODUCT
EVERYTHING YOU NEED IN ONE PLACE

Contents
Let us introduce ourselves
Gazechim Group is a long established distributor of
high quality composites products, with over 40 years
experience supplying satisfied customers in many
countries. We have offices and warehouses in key
locations across Europe, including Eastern Europe,
providing a comprehensive coverage of service and
supply.
One-Stop, On-Demand Service
Our enviable business reputation has been created
by providing a professional, customer focused
service, with a broad range of top quality products.
Our mission is to provide a ‘one-stop, on-demand
shop’ for all of your composites supplies, in order
to save you time, effort and cost. We also aim to
continue developing our product portfolio in line
with customers’ demands, technical advances in the
industry and the changing economic climate.
Security of Supply
We know that production down-time and delay can
be a big concern to your business, which can impact
both financially and in terms of loss of reputation. So,
to help prevent this and protect your business, we
warehouse products locally and manage stock levels
with these issues in mind.

What’s more, Gazechim supplies primarily European
products. Hence, we have a shorter supply chain
than many of our competitors, leading to faster
turn around of your order to delivery. Certainly
something to consider.

Resins & Gelcoat Systems
Unstaurated Polyester Resins
Casting
Isophthalic Resins
DCDP Resins & Filled Resins
RTM/Injection Resins
Fire Retardent Resins
Vinyl Ester Resins & Gels
Tooling Resins
Bonding Pastes
Gelcoats
Sprayable Core

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Epoxy Resins & Hardeners
Composite Resin Systems

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Comprehensive Technical Support
We have extensive technical knowledge to enable
us to provide pre-sales suggestions and advice on
product choice as well as post-sales support, backed
by our suppliers where necessary. This expertise
comes from our knowledgeable sales team, chosen
specifically for their long experience in the industry
and their ability to help you.
Extensive Quality Product Range
We supply many of the best materials available in the
composites industry.

Glass Reinforcements
Chopped Strand Matt








Give us a call today, to find out exactly how we
can help your business. You can be assured of a
good result and a friendly response. Our reputation
depends on it!

Emulsion
Powder
BMC Chopped Strands
Spray Rovings
Direct Rovings
Milled Fibres
Continuous Filament Matt

Technical Fabrics
Woven Rovings & Complexes





Multiaxials/Combinations
3D Closed Mould Fabrics/Reinforcements
Non-Woven Technologies
Surface Tissue - Veil

Speciality Fabrics
Thermoplastic Glass Reinforcements

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Carbon/Prepreg Fabrics
W E S T & S E N I O R LT D





Technical Fabric Reinforcements
Prepregs
Tooling Material

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Core Materials



Closed Mould Reinforcements
Polypropylene Honeycomb

Consumables
Organic Peroxides - Catalyst

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EXPERTISE IN CONTAINERS

Northern Sales: Tel: +44 (0)1924 872447
Southern Sales: Tel: +44 (0)1179 821580
Head Office: Tel: +44 (0)1491 835335
Email:
enquiries@gazechim.com

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Resins & Gelcoat Systems
Established from the merger of Cray Valley and Cook Composites & Polymers, CCP Composites, a subsidiary
of the Total group, is N°1 in the world market of thermoset composites and is a producer of unsaturated
polyester resins, gel coats and derivatives.

Unsaturated Polyester Resins
Norsodyne unsaturated polyester resins are used to manufacture composites by making optimum use of
shapes, colours, surface finish, light weight, rigidity, flexibility, temperature stability, and corrosion resistance.
They are available for every application method.
The new range incorporates a proprietary LSE system allowing a significant reduction in styrene emissions.
H13212TAE

(Lloyds approved) Medium Gel Laminating Resin

H13223TAE

Medium Gel Laminating Resin – White

H13170TAE

(Lloyds approved) Fast Gel LSE Laminating Resin

H13271TA

(Lloyds approved) Medium Gel Wax Free Laminating Resin

H13380TA

(Lloyds approved) Long Gel LSE Laminating Resin

Casting
Is an industrial process for the production of non-reinforced parts such as sanitaryware, artificial marble,
drainage systems, buttons, inclusions, etc? Fillers are generally added to the resin for cost saving and low shrink
properties. Available resins are:
Resin for buildings/Solid Surface Resin (ISO, NPG, and Ortho)
DCDP for Polymer concrete/Ortho for buttons/Ortho for Sanitaryware (sinks)
O12335AL

Clear Casting Resin

C66100A

Low viscosity Low shrinkage DCDP resin – shower tray resin

C68101A

Shower Tray ABS Resin

Isophthalic resins
Designed to guarantee optimum performance, value for money, and improved application, with a constant
concern for workplace and environmental safety.
These resins are recommended for applications requiring chemical resistance, hydrolysis resistance, and
enhanced mechanical properties, especially in the following markets: pipes, marine, chemical tanks, swimming
pools, polymer concrete, plant equipment, gelcoats etc.
P47127

Isophthalic Base Resin

NORS6397.111

Isophthalic Resin

DCDP Resins & Filled Resins
Enydyne polyester resins are DCPD based systems with intrinsic environmental advantages and enhanced
user value. The Enydyne thermosetting range includes clear, thixotropic, pre-accelerated and filled resins
particularly recommended for open-mould use. Enydyne resins also give excellent performance in cold press,
injection moulding, and Pultrusion.

Resins & Gelcoat Systems
RTM/Injection Resins
Infusion is a process used to manufacture fibre-reinforced plastic parts in which disposable films are applied
over the laminate.
Dry materials are stacked onto a male or female mould surface and a thin plastic vacuum bag or semi-rigid
counter mould is sealed around the part’s perimeter. A vacuum pump is used to evacuate the air and apply
atmospheric pressure to consolidate the dry materials and create a “vacuum cavity”. Resin is then introduced
into the cavity via strategically placed resin feeder lines.
The pressure differential between the cavity and the outside atmospheric pressure pushes the resin through
the porous materials until the part is completely saturated. Vacuum is maintained until the part has cured to
ensure consolidation.
Please contact local sales office for information.

Fire Retardent Resins
CCP Composites has developed M1 and M2 fire-retardant resins for the building,
transportation, pipe and tank markets. Halogen-free resins are also available for the
mass transportation sector.
CCP Composites recently developed resins and Gelcoats complying with the new railway standard (EN
45545: HL 3 level, M1F1). This system is easy and ready to use - without the need to add filler or dilute the
mixture, thereby keeping the risk of error to a minimum. The resin contains no halogens or CMR products,
ensuring the highest safety standards. This technology also offers better fire resistance than steel at flame
temperatures of 2000 °C.

Enydyne H88222TA Class 2, Unfilled
Norsodyne 6417

Class 1, filled

Norsodyne 6410

Class 1/0, filled

Vinylester Resins & Gels
Epovia is used widely in fabricating industrial equipment and structures such as absorption towers, process
vessels, storage tanks, pipes, hoods, scrubbers, ducts and exhaust stacks. The Epovia range is also suitable for
applications in the marine, swimming pool, automotive, etc., sectors

KRF-1001

Bisphenol A Epoxy

KRF-1051

Novolac Epoxy

KRF-2000

Fire Retardent Epoxy Vinylester

KRF-4031TA

Skin Coat epoxy Vinylester

KRF-4436

Infusion epoxy Vinylester

KRF-1001TAS

Thixo/ Corrosion resistant epoxy Vinylester

Easylam 30LSE
Filled LSE Laminating Resin
Enydyne H66132 TP Unfilled Bath Resin

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Resins & Gelcoat Systems

Resins & Gelcoats

Tooling Resins

Gelcoats

An ever increasing number of GRP moulders are beginning to appreciate the vital importance of high quality
tooling in maintaining their competitive advantage against not only other suppliers, but also the range of
alternative materials now on offer.

Polycor® products are a complete range of Gelcoats and topcoats for the composite industry. The quality of
these products is recognized by users worldwide, and complies with industry standards such as Lloyds Register
of Shipping and Det Norske Veritas.

Optimold
Norsodyne 6398.210

Rapid Tooling Resin
Skin Coat Tere/NPG

The Optimold solution offers the following benefits:


Easy to use - low viscosity for hand lay-up or spray-up applications


One component - requires only the addition of standard MEKP catalyst


24-hour turnaround - fast build-up of the mould thickness is an advantage


Superior dimensional stability - high heat distortion temperature allows

better rigidity and tool life


Improved stability - more stable filler suspension and gel time


Reduced fibre print - low shrink system replicates the master mould

surface more accurately


Use with Polycor tooling Gelcoat - high HDT and chemical resistance

makes the Gelcoat an ideal choice

Bonding Pastes
The Gravicol® range of bonding pastes are designed for the assembly and bonding of glass-reinforced plastic
mouldings.
All of the bonding pastes in the range are pre-accelerated and require only the addition of a standard MEKP
catalyst. The pastes can be used for bonding two parts, insert panels, or core materials. They can also be used
for cavity filling and as an aid to lamination to help reduce the chance of air voids.
The Gravicol® Range of products have been formulated with and without glass fibres, properties to suit
various applications.

Product
Type
Cured Colour

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2039 TC

Flexible Blue paste

2040 TC



Gel Time 23ºC
1% MEKP

Off White

14-22

Semi-flexible Dark Blue paste

Grey

60-90

D07 Lightweight

White Paste

White

13-21

D09 Lightweight

Semi-flexible Grey paste

Beige

10-15

2397 TC

Flexible with Fibres

Grey

17-25

2427

With Fibres

Grey

15-23

Range

Industry

Description

LP


Panels/Industrial pieces
Clear & Colours

Isophthalic • Brush & Spray grade

ISO




Panels • Automotive
Marine • Sanitary • Tanks
Construction
Industrial pieces

Pure Isophthalic • Good Water
resistance • Good UV resistance
High Gloss retention • Brush &
Spray Grade • Clear & Colours

ISO/NPG
Marine • Sanitary

Speciality Tanks




Pure Isophthalic • 70% NPG
Chemical Resistant • Excellent Water
resistance • Excellent UV resistance
High Gloss retention • Brush & Spray Grade
Clear & Colours

HWR
Automotive • Marine




Pure Isophthalic • Excellent Weather
resistance • Very Good Water resistance
UV light stable • High Gloss retention
Brush & Spray Grade • Clear & Colours

LSE



Panels • Automotive
Construction • Industrial
pieces

Spray grade

Sanding


Automotive • GRP Parts
that can be painted

Flexible Isophthalic • High HDT
Can be painted • Brush & Spray grade

Topcoat
For all applications

applied on top of laminate


Pure Isophthalic • Tack free • Water
Resistant • Excellent UV resistance
Brush grade • Clear & Colours

Tooling
For high quality

GRP moulds



High HDT • High Chemical resistant
Excellent gloss retention • Good
surface hardness • Brush & Spray grade
Clear & Colours: Black, Green & Orange

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Resins & gelcoat Systems

Epoxy Resins & Hardeners

Sprayable Core
EuromereSprayCore is an historical supplier in shipbuilding, but is also well implicated in fields of land
transport, leisure, building, swimming-pool and sanitary.
Range

Type

Description

FSP®-SC Sprayable Core
sprayable core and putty
for CNC plugs,
Mass casting resins



FSP®-SC1527
FSP®-SC2001 HS
FSP®-SC 2002 HS
FSP®-SC 3000 LG
MDC-LP
MDC-17880

Sprayable core, felt replacement
Sprayable polyester with low density for CNC plugs
Polyester for CNC plugs, hand application/extrusion
Sprayable polyester vinylester for CNC plugs
Mass Casting resin with low density and limited shrink
Mass Casting resin with limited shrink

FSP®-BC Barrier Coat
barrier protection layer
Efficient protection of the
laminate against osmosis
• Better surface cosmetics
• No rolling
• Improves the impact
resistance of the Gelcoat
• Replaces the 1st glass layer
behind Gelcoat
• Labour cost saving/
production time saving
• Higher productivity

FSP®-BC 1701
FSP®-BC 1701 T
FSP®-BC 1701/300
FSP®-BC 1700
FSP®-BC 1700 T

Sprayable Barrier Coat, Iso-VE
Sprayable Barrier Coat, Iso-VE, high thixotropy
Barrier Coat Iso-VE, hand application
Sprayable Barrier Coat 100% VE
Sprayable Barrier Coat 100% VE, high thixotropy

FSP®-HV High Viscosity


Light weight products for the filling of cavities,
anti-bubbles for angles, bonding pastes

Eurogel®

Gelcoats, pigment pastes, polyester lacquer



Alphacoat®

ResimerTM


Evercoat®

TR Products

Sprayable primers
Polyester and vinylester resins
Body fillers and putties for finishing
Release agents and care products for moulds

Huntsman Advanced Materials are a leading global supplier of synthetic and formulated
polymer systems for customers requiring high-performance materials which outperform the
properties, functionality and durability of traditional materials.
Covering key markets such as: adhesives, aerospace, automotive, coatings, marine, sports
equipment and wind energy.
Composite resin systems for wet lay-up, RTM, infusion, filament winding and Pultrusion
processes.
Product

Application

Pot Life

Gel time

Applied Cure schedule

Araldite LY3505/Hardener XB3403

Wet lay-up

600-720

36-48

4h at 60°+ 6h at 80°

Araldite LY1564/Aradur 3486





Wet lay-up
RTM
Infusion
Filament winding
Pultrusion

.
560-620

.
33-43

.
8h at 80°

Araldite LY3297/Aradur 3298



Wet lay-up
RTM
Infusion

120-135

18-26

8h at 80°

Araldite LY5052/Aradur 5052



Wet lay-up
RTM
Infusion

110-160

14-17

8h at 80°

Araldite LY564/Aradur 917



Infusion
Filament Winding
Pultrusion

4800-5400

30-40

4h at 80°+ 4h at 120°

Araldite LY556/Aradur 917
Accelerator DY070


Infusion
Filament Winding
Pultrusion

5700-6300

140-160

4h at 80°+ 8h at 140°

Resin XU3508/Aradur 2954



Wet lay-up
RTM
Infusion

320-380

9-14 at 100°

1h at 80° + 8h at 160°

Resin XB 9721/Hardener XB3473
RTM

Filament winding

Pultrusion


2h at 120° +
2h at 160°
2h at 200° +
4h at 220°

Others systems include:
Composite resin systems for prepreg processes - Light on weight – heavy on strength.
Tooling, composites, bonding and maintenance systems - High quality and reliability (marine)
Tooling, composites, adhesives & repair solutions - Renewable energy efficiency (Wind energy)

Araldite strength in bonding 2000
Adhesives – Expanded capabilities for composites, plastics and metal bonding.

• Multipurpose adhesives

• Flexible adhesives

• Chemical/Temperature resistant adhesives

• Toughened adhesives

• Rapid cure adhesives

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7

Glass Reinforcements

Glass Reinforcements

Chopped Strand Matt – CSM

Spray Rovings

Owens Corning products provide outstanding performance in a variety of hand lay-up applications to mould
many types of composites with both polyester and Vinylester resins for use in the transportation, recreation,
marine and construction sectors.

Assembled

Emulsion
Reference

Weights

Description

M705
300, 450, 600, 900


Quick wet out, rapid air release,
good conformability

M505
300, 450, 600


Designed to meet basic handling,
cutting, wet out and conformability

M413
100, 200


Good tensile strength, fast wet out,
excellent mould conformability.

Other grammage available, please contact local sales office.

Powder
Type

Weights

Description

M123
225, 300, 450, 600, 900


Good mould conformability,
fibre distribution and clarity.

M113
100, 225, 300, 450, 600


Excellent surface finishing
and tensile strength.

M723A
225, 300, 450, 600, 900


Excellent dry handling, fast wetting,
good fibre distribution

Other grammage available, please contact local sales office

BMC Chopped Strands
Owens Corning chopped strands for BMC meet all the different needs required in this application in terms
of resin compatibility and mechanical properties.
Type

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Size

Description

P316
3, 6, 12mm





Made from E-glass continuous filaments treated with
a polyester-compatible size. They are particularly suitable
for producing compounds intended for either compression
or injection moulding in the production of thermoset
composites.

R63SX1
4, 5, 6, 9, & 13mm


Designed as reinforcement for thermoset moulding
compounds used in compression moulding applications.










Reference

Rovings for Spray-up/Gun Rovings
P207
Owens Corning products provide
outstanding performance in a variety
P218
of spray-up applications to mould
many types of composites with both
polyester and vinylester resins in the
P243
recreation, marine, tanks and
sanitary-ware sectors.

Application

Spray Up – General Purpose
Spray Up – General purpose, with fast
wet through and easy de-airing
Panel, continuous lamination

Direct Rovings


Reference

Application

Owens Corning products are of single P249
end or multi-end roving types, and
provide outstanding performance in
filament winding with the usual
R25H
thermosetting resin systems. Filament
winding allows the production of
pipes, tanks, vessels and tubes for use
especially in applications where weight, SE1200
corrosion, electrical insulation,
pressure and temperature are critical.


Automotive semi-structural parts,
long fibre injection process.


SE1500



Woven, knitted and multiaxials fabrics or
pre-pregs, wind turbine blades, or automotive
leafsprings, filament wound pipe, tubes or tanks.

Chemical & Sewage pipe, Water pipe,
Pultrusion central stiffness members
for fibre optic cable.
A variety of processes to manufacture
knitted or woven glass fabrics. Central
stiffness members for fibre optic cable
and filament wound pipe, tubes or tanks.

Milled Fibres
Vitrostrand milled fibres are made from E-Glass or Advantex® Glass. It has been engineered as
reinforcement for foamed polyurethane, thermoplastics and thermosets and may be used under all normal
conditions. Vitrostrand available 1320K .
REV are E-glass Milled Fibers specifically designed for the reinforcement of Thermoset resins (Polyester,
Epoxy, Phenolic) and Thermoplastic resins (Engineering plastic compounds, PTFE).
MF73 Series Milled Fibers are used as reinforcement and filler medium in plastic composites, adhesives and
coatings to enhance mechanical properties, increase modulus, improve dimensional stability and minimize
distortion under elevated temperatures.

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Glass Reinforcements

Technical Fabrics

Continuous Filament Matt - CFM

Woven Roving & Complexes

Unifilo® is an E-glass continuous filament mat of random orientation in multiple layers held together by a
binder. Owens Corning proposes a large range of continuous filament mat products suitable for all the
applications where this reinforcement is generally employed.

Owens Corning Woven Roving (WR) reinforcements are made of glass and/or other fibers, based on
direct, assembled or texturized rovings. The glass fibers have a sizing suitable for polyester, Vinylester and
epoxy resins. On request, a special finish for thermoplastic and Phenolic resins is available.
A complex of Woven Roving (WR) and chopped strand glass fibers in a single reinforcement available in two
constructions:

Unifilo for Closed Moulds – Series 800
Application process –RTM, Light RTM, Wet compression, resin infusion moulding
Available in 100, 150, 225, 300, 450, 600, 900gm

Product Line

U527

Soft mat, for easier conformability, white colour.

U528

Standard matt, white colour.

Woven Roving




Complex
(Woven Roving + CSM)






U529

Stiffer mat for improved tensile strength and fast pultruding speeds.

* Subject to availability and Minimum order quantity.

U812

Medium-high conformability; ideal for moulds of complex shapes.

U813

Standard product with medium conformability, easy unrolling, cutting and handling.

U816

Standard product with limited conformability, easy unrolling, cutting and handling.

U822

Rising binder content and rigidity, easy unrolling, cutting and handling.

U850

Outstanding resin flow

Unifilo for Pultrusion – Series 500
Available in 300, 450, 600gm

Unifilo for Corrugated sheets & Truck Panels
Available in 150, 250, 300, 450, 600gm
U801



Softest mat with excellent conformability and good adaptability to complex shape moulds,
used to reinforce low density polyurethane foams and to produce complex parts moulded
at low pressure.

Unifilo for Performs – Series 700
For more information, please contact your local sales office.

Multiconform®
For RTM, Light RTM, Infusion or Wet Compression
Multiconform® mat is made of Advantex glass continuous strands of random orientation without any
binder or any stitching yarn and combined with a polypropylene core. The Advantex glass fibre combines the
electrical and mechanical properties of traditional E-glass with the acid corrosion resistance of E-CR glass.
The continuous strands have a sizing with a coupling agent that makes Multiconform® mat compatible with
Unsaturated Polyester, Vinylester and Epoxy resins. It is a soft product with a high stretch ability designed for
RTM and light RTM, infusion or wet compression.
For more information, please contact your local sales office.

Uniconform®
Uniconform® is made of E-glass continuous strands of random orientation without any binder or any
stitching yarn. It is a soft product with a high stretch ability designed for injection moulding, infusion or
wet compression. The continuous strands have a sizing with a coupling agent that makes Uniconform®
compatible with Unsaturated Polyester, Vinylester and Epoxy resins.
For more information, please contact your local sales office.

Description

Width

RT300
RT490
RT500
RT600
RT800
RT300/S300
RT500/S300
RT500/S450
RTK500/S450
RT600/S300
RT600/S450
RT800/S300

125cm
125cm
125cm
92 & 125CM
125cm
125cm
125cm
125cm
125cm
125cm
125cm
125cm

Multiaxials/Combinations
Multiaxials are made up of two or more layers of unidirectional fibers stitched together with a light polyester
thread. We also offer multiaxials that are powder-bonded instead of stitched.
Multiaxials enable the user to process multiple layers of unidirectionals (the ultimate reinforcement form) in a
single fabric form.
Owens Corning Biaxial Fabrics offer improved stiffness without added weight or laminate thickness for high
performance structural laminates. Reduced fabric print-through results, in enhanced aesthetics on finished
products, while offering material and labour savings. These versatile fabrics have been used in a wide array
of composite applications, including boat hulls, truck and trailer panels, wind blades, recreational sporting
equipment and bridge decks. Since the concentration of reinforcement in each direction can be engineered,
Biaxial Fabrics can be considered the reinforcement of choice when the critical design criteria is mechanical
performance.
Product Line

MAX 0/90 + MAT







MAX +/- 45








MAX +/- 45 Quadriaxial


Triaxial (0/+/- 45)

Description

Width

ELTM 600/225
ELTM 600/300
ELTM 600/450
ELTM 800/250
ELTM 850/300
ELTM 850/450
ELTM 1700/150
BX0318/06D02/127
BX0424-HD/06D02/127
BX0446/06D01/127
BX0600-LLD/06D01/127
BX0600-LLD/S225/06D01/126
BX0600-LLD/S300/06D01/250
BX0602-HD/06D01/150 & 100
BX0800-LLD/06D01/127
BX0940/06E01/125
QX0600/10D01/127
QX0800/10D01/127
QX1150/06D01/127
TLX0800/06D01/127

125cm
125cm
126cm
125cm
125cm
125cm
125cm
127cm
127cm
127cm
127cm
126cm
250cm
100 & 150cm
127cm
127cm
127cm
127cm
127cm
127cm

* Subject to availability and Minimum order quantity.

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Technical Fabrics

Speciality Fabrics

3D Closed-Mould Fabrics Reinforcements
A range of material selections for closed-mould applications.
Multimat:

100% glass combination of CSM fibers stitched either side of a knitted glass core.

Multicore:

Chopped strand mat (CSM) stitched on both sides of a layer of polypropylene core.

Multifilo:


One or more layers of chopped strand mat (CSM) stitched on one of both sides
of long fibre mat.

MultiMat Lite:


Glass/polypropylene knitted core. It exhibits the excellent processing and handling
properties of Multimat.

Product Line

3D Fabrics
CSM/Core/CSM
G core Series: Multimat
100% knitted glass




PP Core Series
Multicore 100% PP
Needled felt



GP Core series
Multimat Lite 50%
Glass 50% PE knitted


Description

Width

S200/G500/S200
S300/G500/S300
S380/G500/S380
S450/G500/S450
S600/G500/S600
S450/G900/S450
S600/G900/S600
S900/G900/S900
S300/PP180/S300
S450/PP180/S450
S600/PP180/S600
S300/PP250/S300
S450/PP250/S450
S600/PP250/S600
S300/GP135/S300
S450/GP135/S450
S600/GP135/S600
S450/GP170/S450

125cm
125cm
125cm
125cm
125cm
125cm
125cm
125cm
125cm
125cm
125cm
125cm
125cm
125cm
125cm
125cm
125cm
125cm

Non-Woven Technologies
Surface Tissue - Veil
Surfacing Veils are designed to give surface enhancement to composite laminates. They are designed to add
reinforcement at the surface of a laminate and provide a smooth, resin-rich, durable surface. The surface layer
is an aesthetic enhancement and a corrosion resistant barrier for the finished part. The wide range of products
means that the user may select one that satisfies both process and end-use performance requirements.
Process
Wet

® Veils
Advantex


Thickness Basis Weight
MILS
CM
G/M2

Styrene
Solubility

Width Limits
INCHES
CM

10

0.27

25

Low

2 - 83

5 - 210

Filament Winding

ECR30A

13

0.33

30

Low

1.5 - 83

3.5 - 210

Filament Winding

ECR50A/3

19

0.48

50

Low

1.5 - 83

3.5 - 210

Filament Winding

ECR70A/3

25

0.63

70

Low

1.5 - 83

3.5 - 210

Filament Winding

ECR30S
13
0.33
30
High
2 - 83
5 - 210


Open Molding,
Dry Filament Winding

ECR30H/3

5 - 210

Pultrusion, Laminates

Hand Lay Up, Filament Winding

0.33

30

High

2 - 83

Designed for high mechanical properties, such as excellent stiffness/weight ratio and superior impact
resistance, Thermopreg™ (Twintex®) is highly conformable and gives the option of high processing speeds.
Further advantages of Thermopreg™ (Twintex®) are the elimination of pot/shelf life limitations, an
absence of volatile matter (styrene etc.), Recyclability, environmentally friendly process conditions, extremely
low water absorption and superior design freedom.
Thermopreg™ (Twintex®) is successfully used in automotive, transportation, marine, sport & leisure,
renewable energy, and construction applications. It is offered in a range of different forms, each of which has
specific properties.
Type

Description

Availability

Thermopreg™ A fabric made of Twintex® roving
• Delivered as palletized rolls
Fabrics
(commingled High Performance Glass and wrapped in a polythene bag
(Twintex®)
suitable for filament winding and Pultrusion.
• Natural or black (UV resistant)

polypropylene filaments). Consolidation is colouring

done by heating above melting temperature
• Balanced and unbalanced, plain

of PP matrix (180°C-230°C / 360°F-450°F) and twill weave patterns

and applying a low pressure (1-30 bars),
• Area weights ranging from

before cooling step under pressure. 750 to 1490g/m2

• Standard widths from
1270 to 2550mm
Thermopreg™ A consolidated plate based on Twintex®
• Delivered as palletized coils or
Plates
fabrics. Twintex® P PP is processed by alternatively flat plates cut to size
(Twintex®)
in-mould pressure after heating above melting
• Natural or black (UV resistant)

temperature of PP matrix: 180°C–230°C colouring

(360°F- 450°F).
• Balanced and unbalanced, plain
and twill weave patterns

• Area weights ranging from
750 to 1490g/m2

• Single layer thickness range of
0.5mm to 1.0mm

• Standard dimensions
1500 x 3000mm

Process

ECR25A

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Thermopreg™ (Twintex®) is a unique and ready-to-use thermoplastic glass
reinforcement, made from co-mingled E-glass and polypropylene yarns, in a
60:40 ratio by mass.

Dry Process ‘C Veils’

12

C64

12

0.29

30

Low

2 - 72

5 - 200

C114

12

0.29

30

High

2 - 72

5 - 200

Hand Lay Up

C33

13

0.32

33

Non

2 - 72

5 - 200

Hand Lay Up, Pultrusion

C50

19

0.50

50

Low

2 - 72

5 - 200

Hand Lay Up, Filament Winding

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Carbon/Prepreg Fabrics

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Carbon/Prepreg Fabrics

HexForce® Technical Fabric Reinforcements

HexPly® Prepegs

Hexcel is one of the largest US producers of carbon fibre, sold under the brand name HexTow®, and the
world’s largest weaver of structural fabrics.
With in-house weaving capabilities for the manufacture of unidirectional and woven reinforcements in glass,
carbon, Aramid, specialist fibres and hybrids – all marketed under the HexForce® brand name – Hexcel
provides customers with a comprehensive package of composite reinforcement solutions for a wide range of
markets.

A prepreg consists of a combination of a matrix (resin) and fibre reinforcement, most commonly carbon,
fibreglass, or aramid. Pre-preg is the ultimate composite material, supplied ready to use in the component
manufacturing process.
Hexcel has pioneered the development of prepregs for over 60 years, and the HexPly® trademark is
renowned in high performance industries.
Prepregs are available in uni-directional (one direction of reinforcement) or fabric form, impregnated with a
range of thermosetting matrices, specifically formulated for a wide range of industries and applications.

Range

Description

Carbon











E-Glass









Aramid






Hybrids
& others

Specialist










Carbon fibres have high strength-to-weight and stiffness- Uni-directional and Woven, Biaxial,
to-weight ratios, carbon fabrics are thermally and
Quadriaxial, Double Bias, Injectex,
electrically conductive and exhibit excellent fatigue
PrimeTex. Area weights ranging
resistance. When properly engineered, carbon fabric
from 90 to 800g/m2. Plain weave,
composites can achieve the strength and stiffness of
twill weaves, satin weaves and
metals at significant weight savings. Standard Modulus,
multiaxials with a range of finish/
High Strength (HS) Carbon fibre is used extensively in a sizing options.
wide range of commercial markets including Automotive
/Transport, Wind/Renewable Energy, General Industrial,
Sport & Leisure, and Marine. Intermediate and High
Modulus Carbon are predominantly used in specialist
Aerospace applications.
The versatility of glass as a fiber makes it a unique
Uni-directional and Woven,
industrial textile material. Glass fiber in fabric form offers Triaxial, Injectex, Texalium. Area
an excellent combination of properties including high
weights ranging from 19 to 980g/
strength, fire resistance, dimensional stability, moisture
m2. Plain weave, twill weaves, satin
resistance, chemical resistance, and electrical insulation.
weaves and multiaxials with a range
E-Glass fabrics are used in a huge range of markets/
of finish/sizing options.
applications. Wide ranges of yarn sizes and weave
patterns provide vast design potential allowing the end
user to choose the best combination for material
performance, economics and flexibility.
Aramid (perhaps better known under the DuPont trade Area weights ranging from 60 to
name Kevlar®) fibres are lightweight and strong, with
320g/m2. Plain weave, twill weaves
excellent tear strength, good chemical resistance and
and satin weaves with a range of
temperature stability. Aramid fabrics are used in aerospace finish/sizing options.
applications as well as marine, tooling and recreational
products where high strength, low weight and impact
resistance are essential.
Carbon/Glass, Carbon/Aramid, and Quartz/Polyester hybrid fabrics are available. S and S2
glass fabrics, Quartz fabrics, Polyester grid, and Polyamide (Nylon®) peel ply are also available
in a variety of area weights and constructions.
NC2® and Multiaxial ‘None Crimp Fabrics’ (NCF) are available in Carbon and E-Glass, allowing
complex, heavy, and drapable products to be produced with a range of stitching; up to 4 plies
with area weight range of 50 to 300g/m2.
PrimeTex® is a range of Carbon Fabrics which have been processed for a smooth, closed
weave, and uniform cosmetic appearance. PrimeTex® brings a clear visual advantage and
enhanced mechanical properties to a finished composite product.
Injectex® Fabrics are available in Carbon and Glass. Designed for techniques such as Resin
Transfer Moulding, Injectex® fabrics allow enhanced resin flow through reinforcement layers.
Texalium® Glass fabrics have a thin coating of pure Aluminium to give a shiny surface, used to
enhance aesthetics.

Market

Dry Tg
(onset)

Cure
cycle

M14


125°C
255°F

1 hour
120°C

M34


80°C
180°F




Matrix




Cure
process

Outlife
at 23°C



Attributes


Market

Autoclave/

30 days
Vacuum only

Flexible cure
FST behaviour

Rail/Marine

8 hours
75°C

Autoclave/

10 days
Vacuum only

Low temp cure
FST behaviour

Rail/Marine

M10.1 125°C

255°F

1 hour
120°C

Autoclave/

42 days
Vacuum only

Base line resin
Long shelf life

Marine/Auto/Industrial/
Rail/Wind

M49


90 mins
120°C

Autoclave/

30 days
Vacuum only

Cosmetic
Structural

Auto/Sport/Aesthetic
parts/Industrial

EPOXY

125°C
255°F

M9.6F 125°C

255°F

30 mins Autoclave/
Tough, long shelf life
42 days
120°C Vacuum only
Flexible cure

M77


125°C
255°F

2 mins
150°C

Autoclave

42 days
and press

Extra fast cure
Flexible cure

Auto/Sport/General
Industrial

M47


130°C
295°F

90 mins
120°C

Autoclave

30 days
and press

Structural
FST behaviour

High performance
automotive

M81


200°C
392°F

3 hours
135°C

Autoclave

21 days
and press

Tough
High Tg

High performance
automotive

M21


190°C
375°F

2 hours
180°C

Autoclave

20 days
and press

High toughness
Hot wet properties

Aerospace –
Primary Structures

250
N/A


90 mins
135°C

Autoclave

60 days
FST behaviour
and press

Rail/Civil Engineering

HT93


2 hours
125°C

Autoclave

14 days
FST behaviour
and press

Aerospace –
Aircraft interior panels

General Industrial

PHENOLIC

80°C
175°F

Other epoxy/phenolic resin systems are available, and also BMI/Cyanate Ester chemistries.

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Carbon/Prepreg Fabrics

Core Materials

HexTool® Tooling Material

Chomarat

HexTOOL®, Hexcel’s new patented breakthrough in composite tooling technology allows the tolerance
accuracy achieved with metals to be combined with the extreme lightness of carbon fibre composites.

Chomarat has constantly been reinventing itself. Thanks to its unmatched technological know-how and strategic
partnerships, the Chomarat Group today is an international driving force in Composites, Textile and fashion
innovation. Chomarat Composites technologies: woven, multiaxials, complexes, sandwich reinforcements, and
thermoplastics, combined with the most suitable materials such as glass, aramid and carbon, yield responses for a
host of composite applications in many markets: transport, boatbuilding, ballistics, sports & leisure, and energy.
A pioneering developer of reinforcements for closed-mold processes, Chomarat is known for its flagship
brands such as Rovicore™, Roviflow™, Roviply™ and Rovimat™.
Rovicore™ is the ideal choice for closed mold applications. As a reinforcement complex, it is the ideal
composite consisting of a non-woven synthetic fibre based core and chopped glass fibers that are mechanically
stitched together. Rovicore™ is today’s technical answer to tomorrow’s composite production and
environmental process challenges.

HexMC® Moulding Concept
HexMC®, is a high performance sheet moulding material suitable for high volume production of complex
shapes. Specifically designed for compression moulding, HexMC® provides better mechanical properties than
any other short or long fibre moulding compound, along with short cycle times.
For more information, please contact your local sales office
Range

Description

Market

HexPly®
Hexcel prepregs provide a tougher, lighter and stiffer
Automotive, Marine, Rail, Sporting
Matrix -
alternative to conventional materials. They are specially goods, High Performance cars,
Prepreg
formulated resin matrix systems that are reinforced
General Industrial, Alternative

with man made fibres such as carbon, glass and Aramid. Energy, Aerospace.

Prepreg is the ultimate composite material.
HexTool® It is Hexcel’s new patented composite tooling material Tooling - 120°C part cure cycle
Tooling
that, for the first time enables the tolerance accuracy
and fast prototyping for any
Material
achieved with metals to be combined with extreme
composite parts

lightness of carbon fibre composites. HexTool®

moulds are also easy to repair and dimensions are

simple to modify.
HexForce® Reinforcements

Woven fabrics are the result of at least 2 threads which interlaced at 0° (the warp) and 90

(the weft) with the weave style varied according to the required performance. Fabrics are

available in a wide range of weights and 3 main weave styles: plain, twill, satin,
High Strength (HS) Carbon Reinforcements
High Modulus (HM) Carbon Reinforcements
NC2®Multiaxial Reinforcements
Powdering for Preforming & Stabilisation
E Glass Reinforcements
Finish for E Glass Fabrics
Aramid fabrics
Specialities - Polyamide Peel Ply, Aesthetic E glass fabrics, Injectex® E glass fabrics,

Injectex® Carbon fabrics, Aramid Carbon Hybrids

Range
Core



C2 100gsm
CSM
D3 180gsm
B5 250gsm

From 150 to 900gsm
(1 or 2 layers of 50mm cut glass)

Advantages: • Easy Manipulation – Rovicore™ can be easily formed, in angles and more complex shapes.

• Adaptable thickness – Rovicore™ different constructions and weights allow for the
construction of single-layer parts.

• Core Resilience and Compressibility – This allows Rovicore™ to adapt to the different
thicknesses of composite parts

• Good Surface aspect – The Homogeneous finish of the cut glass fibre helps improve the
surface aspect of finished parts

• High Permeability of the synthetic core – allows resin to flow throughout the unit.
Other products in Rovicore™ range:
Rovicore™PLY comes from a combination of the flow medium of the Rovicore™ core and a multiaxial
structure. It is assembled in a single step with a single stitch
Single Side Rovicore™- Is Rovicore™ with mat on one side instead of two. It’s ideal reinforcement for
sandwich construction with foam, rubber or balsa wood.
Rovicore™ S. Aspect - Rovicore™ with a polyester veil sewn on one surface. It can be used in two
different applications: To improve surface aspect of finished parts or to form a barrier to chemical aggression
Roviflow™ is a reinforcement range especially dedicated to infusions with integrated flow mediums.
Roviflow™ NET Tricot polyester, to have a flow speed higher than a solution with an external flow medium
Roviflow™ CFM continuous glass filament mats, to obtain a 100% glass product, improves fire resistance
Range
Flow
Medium


NET 1 Tricot Polyester 100gsm Reinforcement Woven roving (uni or bidirectional)
NET 5 Tricot Polyester 60gsm (Options)
Roviply™ (NCF uni, bi, tri or quadriaxial)
150 g/m² long fiber mat

Mat

From 200gsm to 1200gm

Width

125 – 250cm

Advantages: The integration of flow mediums in the reinforcement enables:

• A reduction in draping time to a decrease in the number of layers to laminate

• Waste reduction (no peel-ply, no external flow medium)

• High levels of glass and greater mechanical characteristics than with manual laminating
Roviply™ NCF made up of unidirectional layers (0°, 90°, +/-45°) that are mechanically sewn together. Possible to
add a csm.
Aramat™ is a glass + Kevlar®* complex – Balanced on warp and weft, balance in volume as the density of
Kevlar is approximately half of glass. Mechanically bonded with a layer of glass fibre.
Advantages : • Improve impact strength

• Allows to lower overall weight structure.
Please contact your local sales office for more information on all Chomarat products.

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Core Materials
Nidaplast – Polypropylene Honeycomb
Inexpensive and water and rot resistant, combining stiffness and lightness, thermal and acoustic insulator
developed for structural panels and the like in Marine, Industrial, Transport, developing other areas such as
wind energy,
Its surface is covered with polyester non woven with plastic film allowing lamination process, therefore
environmentally friendly!
Standard sized 8 x 4 sheets

Nidaplast 8



Nidapan

Nestaplast8


Spherecore




PU Foams


Balsawood

Standard – Used mainly in Hand lay-up and spray applications.
R & RI – Used for vaccum processes, RTM, vaccum infusion.
HP – Used for High Mechanical properties.
DB – Spliced version, scored in sizes of 50x50cm and 30x30cm
GR – Reinforced by a thermoplastic/glass grid mat,
thus making the product stiffer.
For gluing to any facings such as woods, metals & stones
Standard sizes are 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 28, 40, 50 & 70mm,
however other sizes and kit cutting options are available
Core material for sandwich laminates. Quick & unproblematic handling,
low weight, wet on wet processing, impact resistant, shear strength with
low water absorption.
Sizes consist of 1, 2, 3, 4 & 5mm packed as a roll.
Specialised versions also available, please contact local sales office
Polyurethane Foam
Standard sized 8’ x 4’ sheets supplied in Minimum order quantities,
of varying sizes
Upon request, contact local sales office.

Consumables
Paddles Rollers


Various sizes, types
Contact local sales office for more details

Long & Short haired Rollers


Various sizes, types
Contact local sales office for more details

Laminating Brushes

In sizes ½, 1, 2, 3, 4 inch (plastic handles)

Buckets/Containers

In sizes – 1ltr, 2.6ltr, 5.6ltr, 10 ltr

Waxes – Mequiars - Oskars
Meguiars No.8

0.5g tin

Meguiars No.16

0.5g tin

Honeywax paste

0.4g tin

Wax Solution 2%

4.5L tin

M500 Liquid Mould release

2.5L tin

M100 Rubbing/Polishing Compound

Acetone & other solvents
Pure Acetone

205ltr Drum or 25ltr can

Polysolve

Water Based Solvent supplied in 25kgs can

Thermaclean Unisolve

Cleans brushes, rollers, etc

Thermaclean Gun Flush

Cleans spraying equipment, machinery and injection equipment

Takleen Hand Cleaner

Supplied in 4 x 5ltr cans



Cobalt 6%

Miscellaneous
Takrags

Pack of 50 rags

Mutton Cloth

Per roll

Fillet Tools

Small, Medium and Large

Plasticine

Per pack 0.5kg

Scrim Tapes

Various sizes

Catalyst dispenser

15ml and 60ml

Other consumables available upon request: Gloves, Aprons, Overalls, Knifes and Scissors, Hand Cleaners,
Talc, Millicarb, Smooth 7, M700 paste wax, PVA release agent, Farecla, Masking tapes Drums stands, Resin &
Acetone taps, and so much more …………..

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ORGANIC
PEROXIDE
5.2

Organic Peroxides - Catalyst

Organic Peroxides - Catalyst

Arkema Organic Peroxide Range

HYDROPEROXIDES

METHYL ETHYL KETONE PEROXIDES

Suitable at medium and high temperatures (120°C and more) where
slow gelling and curing are required, with moderate heat evolution.
May be used in combination with ketone peroxides/cobalt systems
to reduce surface tackyness.

Medium activity MEKP. Standard general-purpose hardener for a
variety of ambient temperature applications. Low hydrogen peroxide
content makes Luperox® K1 G ideal for use in gel coats.

Phthalate
9.9 30
Luperox® K10


High activity MEKP. Gives fast gel and cure time for a variety of ortho
and isophthalic resin systems.

4.7 30
Luperox® CU50VE Promoter



Especially developed for vinylester resins. Used without promoter.
Much faster curing than CU80, it reduces exothermicity avoiding
microcracks. Particularly suitable for the production of thick parts.

Luperox® K12 G Aliphatic Ester 8.5 27




Low activity MEKP that gives long gel times in a wide variety of ortho
and isophthalic resin systems. Particularly suitable during the warm
season and for very large molded pieces. Suitable for fast curing of
vinyl ester resins to obtain blister free laminates.

Water
12.4 30
Luperox® TBH70X



Always used in combination with ketone peroxides/cobalt systems.
It reduces curing speed and peak temperature keeping good curing
quality. By post curing it greatly reduces residual styrene content.

PERESTERS PEROXIDES

METHYL ISOBUTYL KETONE PEROXIDES
Phthalate 10.1 27
Luperox® K2



MIKP for short curing cycles at medium and high temperatures from
65°C tol 20°C even without cobalt accelerator. Mostly used for the
manufacture of flat and corrugated sheets in continuous processes.

Phthalate 10.1 27
Luperox K21


As Luperox K2 but longer pot life when used with a cobalt
accelerator.
®

ACETYL ACETONE PEROXIDE
Plasticizer
4.1 27
Luperox K3






®

Rapid propagation from gel to exothermic peak in many resin
systems. This fast curing and heat dissipation are particularly useful
for continuous and semi continuous production processes. Its high
activity makes it suitable during cold season. Luperox® K3 /cobalt
is the only alternative to a benzoyl peroxide/amine system if color
stability as well as fast curing is required. It is not recommended for
gel coats and vinyl ester resins.

Plasticizer
5.1 27
Luperox® K4CE




-

7.2 15

Hot curing above 60°C. Requires transport and storage below 15°C.

Luperox® 26M70

Aliphatic

5.1 15

Hot curing above 60°C. Requires transport and storage below 15°C.

Luperox® 26SR90

Inhibitor

6.7 20

Activity like Luperox® 26, but longer pot life in prepregs

Luperox® 26

-
8.1 between For hot press molding between 130 - 160°C. Suitable when high
Luperox® P
6&30ºC gloss surfaces are required.
Promoter
6.2 30
Luperox® DP10 G




Typical molding temperature of 60 - 100°C with and phthalate cobalt
accelerator. A substitute for Luperox® 26 where storage and
transport of this peroxide present a problem. Especially suitable for
polymer concrete and artificial marble process system.

Promoter
6.3 30
Luperox® DP40


Like Luperox® DP10 G, but it doesn’t generate aromatic
compounds (BTEX).

PEROXYCARBONATES
Luperox® TBIC70M

CYCLOHEXANONE PEROXIDE
High activity cyclohexanone peroxide, it gives relatively short gel
times and gradual curing with a low peak temperature. This product
ensures curing of even thick wall pieces without stress or crack
formation.

Aliphatic

6.8 30

For hot press molding between 130 - 160°C.

-

6.2 30

For hot press molding between 130 - 160°C.

Luperox® TBEC

-
6.0 30
Luperox® MC


Faster molding cycles and lower residual styrene in the final article
compared to Luperox® TBEC.

PERKETALS

KETONE PEROXIDES BLENDS

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Cumene
8.4 30
Luperox® CU80




Aliphatic Ester 9.2 30
Luperox® K1 G



®

ORGANIC
PEROXIDE
5.2

Luperox® Z11 G Aliphatic Ester 7.7 27
Luperox® Z13 G Aliphatic Ester 6.8 27
Luperox® Z33 G Aliphatic Ester 5.6 27



Ketone peroxides blends for technologies requiring a comparable gel
time with Luperox® K1G but faster curing times with peak
temperatures lower than those obtained with Luperox® K3.
In a wide variety of resins, reactivity ranking is : Luperox® Z33 G >
Luperox® Z13 G > Luperox® Z11 G.

Plasticizer
5.8 25
Luperox® Z15
Luperox® Z16
Plasticizer
5.0 25



Blend of acetyl acetone peroxide and hydroperoxide. Gives last
curing cycle, fast barcol hardness developments but keeps low the
exothermic peak. By post curing it greatly reduces residual styrene
content. Luperox® Z16 has faster reactivity than Luperox® Z15.

Plasticizer
4.6 27
Luperox® Z390




High activity blend of acetyl acetone peroxide that allows full curing
at temperatures above 60°C. This blend is suitable for continuous
and semi-continuous processes. Reduces residual styrene content
without need of post curing.

Water
- 30
Luperfoam® 329
Luperox® DP33 G Aliphatic Ester 9.0 25



Exclusive foaming system that transforms UPR in a foamed structural
resin. Overall weight reduction, faster cycle imes and better mold
filling are its main advantages. Can be used m ortho or isophthalic
resins, glass reinforced or not.

Luperox® 231M50
Luperox® 231P50
Luperox® 331M50
Luperox® 331P50

Aliphatic
Phthalate
Aliphatic
Phthalate

6.1
6.1
5.3
5.3

30
30
30
30

As Luperox® P, but lower molding temperatures. Used when heavy
metals are present which affect the pot life of peresters peroxides.

BENZOYL PEROXIDES
4.9 between
5&30ºC

Luperox® ANS50
Phthalate
3.3 between
(paste)
+ emulsifiers 5&30ºC

Luperox® ANS50G
Maleate
3.3 between
(paste)
+ CaCO2 5&30ºC
Luperox® A75

Water

(powder)

C
I
N
A
G
R
O XIDE
O
R
PE

Benzoyl peroxide is used to cure both at room temperature and
medium temperatures. At ambient temperatures it requires the use
of tertiary aromatic amines as activator. The peroxide amines
system gives quick gel and cure times and it is mailnly used for
polyester repair putties and mine bolts. In hot press molding, benzoyl
peroxide can be used alone and gives quick cycles at 100 -120°C.
Pastes are available in diferent colours.

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